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It discovered 33 per cent of men followed the strategy of liking all profiles while no females reported doing this.Instead, 93 per cent of women reported only liking profiles they are attracted to, according to the research led by Dr Gareth Tyson from Queen Mary University London.A new dating app has launched in the UK that aims to put women in complete control by allowing only them to browse and swipe – anonymously.Reveal has a simple to use browse and swipe layout but is different to the likes of Tinder and Bumble in that only male profiles are visible and females are initially hidden.The app is the brain child of three school friends – Mr Buzzard, Edward Harvey and Sean Ferriter – who conceived the idea after hearing of their female friends' frustrations with existing dating apps.Mr Buzzard, 31, who founded Kalo Sport, a north London-based sports coaching service with Mr Harvey, said: 'We were hearing that some of our female friends were being made to feel uncomfortable in the workplace, when colleagues or even bosses were being flirtatious or asking them out after seeing them on dating apps.'It occurred to us that there was a gap in the market for an app that protects women's identities, and we knew men auto-swiping was an issue too so we set about designing an app that solved both problems.'Our market research also suggests women want to know upfront what men's intentions are – whether they are looking for a relationship or something more casual.'A 2016 study on Tinder users found men are much more likely to swipe right than women.

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But Mr Buzzard claims that women on Bumble are still experiencing the problems created by men auto-swiping.

He said: 'On the current dating apps women are faced with either spending hours of swiping to find someone they fancy yet not getting replies or having a deluge of messages they don't have time to read on sites that have an open messaging system such as Plenty Of Fish.'Bumble recognised a need for women to have more control but it doesn't address the problems of men auto-swiping.'We're confident men will use Reveal - they won't be able to browse and swipe but it's so quick to set up a profile then all they have to do is wait for notifications from interested women to come through.'Reveal Dating is now available for free download on the Apple app store and on Google Play.

There are even apps designed to take the hassle out of liking every profile on Tinder by doing it for men and a 'mechanical thumb' called Tinda Finger that can be attached to their phones to constantly swipe right on all profiles.

And a separate study last year claimed to have revealed the 'sad' reality of online dating – that only a small percentage of messages on dating apps actually get a reply.